It was great, that's a pretty stunning series of canyons. Unbelievably clear water and the fishing looked excellent (I'm not a fisherman myself, but you could see tons of fish and people said it was almost comically easy). We did find that cliff campsite after some wandering around, but had made such good time from our previous night's camp (Red Creek) that we decided to just keep going to the take-out. We'll be sure to stay there next time for sure.
Red Creek rapid was supremely easy given the number of times we were warned about it (BLM pamphlet, shuttle driver, signs on the river). At low flows (~1100 CFS) the left side was pretty much the only line, though the right side along the cliff looked fun, except for the nasty pour-over at the bottom. Definitely a worthwhile trip, and definitely worth it to do all three sections: Section A was gorgeous but a bit of a zoo, Section B had great camping, and Section C was worth it just for the cliff campsite and Swallow Canyon.